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Interview with Sally Eppstein. Artist, jewelry maker and current WCAGA President.

Posted on October 1, 2016 at 3:00pm 0 Comments

Interview with Sally Eppstein. Artist, jewelry maker and current WCAGA President.

1. Who are you and what do you do, and what is your background?
I was born in Augusta, Ga and considered myself an army brat since my West Point graduate dad retired when he was 53 and I was just three.  I grew up visiting  the campus of Augusta College where he taught accounting as a second career. My sister who is 17 years older  and my three brothers lived around the world but I believe there are pros and cons to how we were both raised.
Food and art are my main two loves. I debated about going to culinary school or to art school and art won because I knew I wanted a family and I did not want to work restaurant hours while I raised a family.
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At 6:54pm on December 7, 2012, Ruth Schowalter said…

Thanks Corlia! I love ALL that you have done with the WCAGA website!

 
 
 

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